JANUARY 25, 2015 Hi, I'm still torn as well. Coming from the web development background, I often search the internet for information, even if it's just a snippet of PHP, CSS or HTML. The problem with this "the more the merrier" strategy is that short tips that hit the point are no longer effective. You find endless posts about the most insignificant things just to somehow get to the 1000+ characters. So what do you do as a tipster? The solution at the beginning and then another 900 words to fill in just to be found? "Get to the point" was a saying I could identify with as a Ruhrpottler.
Unfortunately, Google probably doesn't want it that way or can't differentiate differently. Answer Vladislav Melnik Vladislav Melnik JANUARY 26, 2015 Hi Dirk, it's not about watching unnecessarily long. "As long as necessary, but no longer" is another good saying. But if your content strategy is short snippets Israel phone number list of CSS or HTML, then it's going to be difficult to build anything with foundation. Even in web design you need about 1,000 words to explain things to you. mici mici JANUARY 23, 2015 interesting to hear - many I know shy away from writing "too" long articles for fear that the reader won't stay in the mood long enough.
But I also find that I get a lot more response and feedback on longer articles - especially when they're rounded out. In general, however, I do without this length of text and increase the quality of the illustrations - but that's purely a matter of taste :D Answer Vladislav Melnik Vladislav Melnik JANUARY 24, 2015 Hi Mike, thank you! If the reader is interested, he will also read 30,000 words :) Andre Andre JANUARY 23, 2015 Good content is always good - just don't judge it by the number of words. text is the most successful! Answer Vladislav Melnik Vladislav Melnik JANUARY 23, 2015 Hi Andre, yeah, basically they always have to deliver added value.